Emerging Scholars Symposium, March 2009
Timothy D. Arner, Assistant Professor of English at Grinell College
"Through-out the World my Belle Shal be Ronge: Resonance and Dissonance in England's Troy Stories"
Melissa N. Stein, Postdoctoral fellow in the Gender Studies Department at Indian University
"Nature is the Author of Such Restrictions: Science, Medicine, and Segregation, 1877-1915"
Devon Powers, Assistant Professor of Culture and Communication at Drexel University
"What is Hype? Circulating Popular Music from Beatlemania to the Blogosphere"
Sonja Trent- Brown, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Hope College
"Voice Quality: Resonance Characteristics in Speaker Identification"
Misty Bastian, Professor of Anthropology at Franklin and Marshall College
Opening Remarks, Saturday March 7th
Michael S. Billig, Professor of Anthropology at Franklin and Marshall College
Keynote Address, Friday, March 6th
Eliza Reilly, Director of Center for Liberal Arts and Society and Professor of American Studies
Opening Remarks, Saturday, March 7th
Ann Steiner, Provost at Franklin and Marshall College
Opening Remarks, Friday, March 6th
John Churchill, Secretary, Phi Beta Kappa
Welcome Address, Friday March 6th